Sarah by Orson Scott Card is the first in the Women of Genesis trilogy. It is historical fiction based on Abraham and Sarah's story in the bible. I loved this book. When you read it you have to realize this isn't based on a lot of fact, because there isn't a lot in Genesis to go by, but Card does a wonderful job keeping the characters true to their greatness and creating a wonderful history and story. Sarah is such a wonderful women, such a woman of faith. You cry for her when she can't bare a child, and cry when she makes the decision to give Hagar to Abram and then you cry for joy when she finally has Isaac. You watch her build her faith and grow. I thought it was a very faith promoting book and very uplifting. I would highly recommend it. It will make reading Genesis more interesting next time around for me. I am looking forward to reading the other 2 in the series Rebekah and Rachel and Leah.